I was intrigued to see that British scientists are refining a hydrogen based fuel that can run in existing cars in place of the conventional petrol/gas.
They believe that they can finalise the development within three years!
Apparently this fuel could also be used as a replacement for exisiting aircraft fuel too.
What the scientists at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, the Oxford University and University College London have found is a way of densely packing hydrogen into tiny beads which can be pumped or poured like petrol/gas.
At the present time it is thought that this new fuel would cost around 19p litre although cynics are already pointing out that governments would probably tax it at a rate which wouldn't save the motorist much money!
So many negative people around!
Let's have a joke;- I have rented a car at the flat rate of 12 cents a mile. In an effort to cut down the mileage charge I back up every place. Woody Allen
On this day:- 31st January
In 1943 The Red Army captured Stalingrad.
In 1968 the Viet Cong launched the Tet Offensive.